As an AS9120B/ISO 9001:2015 certified company, Aero-Space is proud to offer products that are in compliance with the following Federal and European Union directives:
DFARS is the Defense Federal Acquisition Regulation Supplement. The regulations apply to product and services included in a DoD contract.
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REACH is the regulation on Registration, Evaluation, Authorization, and Restriction of Chemicals. It became effective on June 1st, 2007, and is intended to make industry responsible for managing the health and environmental risks posed by chemicals.
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RoHS is the Restriction of Hazardous Substances, which became effective in February of 2003. It restricts the use of hazardous substances in electronic equipment and promotes the proper recycling of such equipment.
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Please notify your Aero-Space Sales Representative of all your requirements and flowdowns at the time of RFQ.
In July 2010, the United States enacted the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act (the “Act”) which contained a section (Sec. 1502) that regulated “Conflict Minerals.” The Act includes provisions that require manufacturers to perform due diligence in their supply chains to identify and disclose the use of any Conflict Minerals and whether those Conflict Minerals originated in the “DRC Countries.”
Aero-Space is committed to a supply chain that is Conflict Free. To this end we continue to work with our supply chain to strengthen compliance and ensure that only “DRC Conflict Free” materials are used in the products we distribute.
Aero-Space does not purchase tantalum, tin, tungsten or gold directly from smelters or mines. Due to the complexity and number of supply layers between the mines, smelters and Aero- Space, we require our suppliers and subcontractors to determine the sources and conflict status of products produced to fulfill our requirements. More specifically, we request all Aero-Space suppliers to certify that their products are manufactured using only “DRC Conflict Free” materials. Based upon correspondences received from our primary suppliers, we have no indication that the products we are distributing contain minerals from conflict mines or smelters in or around the Democratic Republic of the Congo.
In addition Aero-Space has registered itself on the iPoint Conflict Metals Platform (iPCMP) tool which can be found at http://www.conflict-minerals.com/.
General information regarding the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act and the iPCMP tool can be found at http://www.aiag.org under Initiatives/Corporate Responsibility/Conflict Minerals.
Aero-Space Computer Supplies, Inc. is committed to ethical sourcing practices, and we want to clarify that we do not procure any materials from Russia or the Ukrainian occupied territories of Crimea, Luhansk, and Donetsk. We are dedicated to upholding international norms and laws, ensuring that our supply chain remains free from any association with regions involved in geopolitical conflicts, and maintaining our commitment to responsible and transparent business operations.